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Does Sugar Cause Diabetes

So, does sugar cause diabetes? This is one of the most common questions out there, and for good reason. Sugar is already in everything you eat, drink, swallow and inject, so asking if sugar can cause Diabetes might seem obvious, but the answer is not yes or no, because it depends on which sugar. Yes, you heard correctly —it depends on the sugar.

It’s easy to blame sugar for everything, especially since sugar is in everything, but what you need to do is separate the healthy sugar and the unhealthy sugar, otherwise you’ll never be able to eat anything that’s actually healthy, naturally sweet and enjoy your life more.

What’s the difference?

One type of ‘sugar’ actually isn’t sugar at all, because it’s artificial. Every organ in your body runs on sugar, especially your brain, but artificial sugar is what you should be avoiding and not real sugar that is in every plant on earth.

When you eat food that has been stripped of its healthy sugars, its healthy carbs, its healthy nutrients and its healthy calories, what’s left is a dead food that might have no carbs, no calories and no sugar, but also unfortunately no nutrition, either, which is what “processed food” is —it’s not real food anymore.

It’s not possible to process food and still call that food healthy, because the very definition of food requires a source of energy, which only sugar, carbs and nutrition can provide.

The whole world has become Allopathic, meaning they believe you can strip food down to however many carbs or sugars are left, and then you can eat that ‘food’ and somehow your body will assimilate that food’s healthy nutrients. But how can that be? Once you process food, it’s no longer food, it’s basically void of any real nutrition and therefore is dead food.

Imagine food is a human being, full of life, right? If you put a human through the exact same processes you put food through to turn that food into processed food, would the human survive? Absolutely not. The human would die. The same is for food, since food is just as fragile. This concept is mostly lost, because the Allopathic (BIG Pharma) influence is very strong and spans 3 generations or more now, which is a lot of brainwashing.

No wonder most people here are chronically ill.

But back to sugar. When you hear your doctor tell you not to eat sugar or not to eat carbs, did you know that your doctor never separates the healthy sugar and the unhealthy sugar or the healthy carbs and the unhealthy carbs? He or she just groups it all together! Absurd, isn’t it? Imagine applying that same insanity to anything else in your life, like water. Since there is unhealthy water, should you now avoid drinking water for the rest of your life? Or since there is very unhealthy junk food out there, should you now avoid eating any food for the rest of your life? Again, it’s absurd logic, yet this is what most people believe and follow.

Well, when your drug doctor tells you to stop eating sugar, that’s because your drug doctor has never learned the difference between healthy sugar and unhealthy sugar, so your drug doctor tells you to just avoid all sugar or avoid all carbs.

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You should never listen to drug doctor when it comes to what to eat and what is healthy, especially since most of these drug doctors are already chronically ill! 

That’s like the blind leading the blind.

For me, as a Food Scientist, when any drug doctor says this to a patient, it’s a clear sign that that drug doctor does not understand how food works, which would be a very reasonable conclusion, since MDs do not learn about food or holistic medicine of any sort in medical school, so they actually have no business telling anyone how to eat.

I mean seriously, would you take advice on how to lose weight from someone overweight? Then why would you take food advice from someone who is most likely chronically ill?

So, here is the sugar that is actually healthy according to a Food Scientist.

As long as the plants have not been processed, in other words “raw”, and of course were not raised with pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers, then the sugar that is naturally in plants is healthy —the same goes for carbs. For example, organic carrots that are grown pesticide-free and GMO-free, have healthy sugars, just like every other plant on earth does. 

Now that you know which sugar is healthy and which is not, you can eat almost anything you want, just as long as the food is not processed and was not contaminated with pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers. Where do you find this rare food? Click the MealBetix logo to see for yourself and start eating the last real food on earth that can help balance your insulin naturally!




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